Goat Milk Magic – E Book by Dr. Bernard Jensen, Pd.D, has been a crusader in the field of preventive medicine for over 60 years. Dr. Jensen has seen seemingly hopeless cases revived from their deathbeds by using fresh, warm goat’s milk. He even recently attributes his health revival to the special goat, Star.
He maintains that right rights itself, and his nutritional foundation has been that all food must be natural, fresh, pure, and whole. His success demonstrates that this way of life is a higher path that earns superior health. He has circled the globe over seven times in search of better health secrets for humanity. Dr. Jensen’s philosophy is reflected in his brilliant career in preventive medicine and the natural healing arts. Dr. Jensen has received a multitude of prestigious awards and honors for his work in nutrition and the healing arts. These include Knighthood in the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Malta; the Dag Hammarskjold Peace Award of Belgium; and an award from Queen Juliana of the Netherlands. He is the author of numerous books and articles. At age 86, Dr. Jensen continues to teach, travel, serve humankind, and learn. What an example for citizens of Earth today to follow! Dr. Jensen has seen seemingly hopeless cases revived from their deathbeds by using fresh, warm goat’s milk. He even recently attributes his health revival to the special goat, Star.
excerpt from the book Goat Milk Magic – E Book
…PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE Jt was Professor Max Rosenheim, who wrote in the British medical magazine Lancet, “It must increasingly be the purpose of the medical profession, and of all who work with it, to aim at prevention rather than cure …. ” Lancet carried the following by J.N. Morris: “To improve health, I lift the burdens of chronic disease and reduce the death rate, the main hope lies surely in prevention.” I honestly believe that goat milk is one of the most nutritious foods known to man. If used more widely, it could be one of the best ways we have of preventing disease. Over the 50 years of my work in the healing art, I have seen seemingly hopeless cases revived from the death-bed with fresh, warm goat milk. My own mother got rid of her tuberculosis after using goat milk. Milk fresh from the goat carries the I ife energy with it. When it is taken warm, the greatest benefit is received since it is immediately digested at body temperature. Goat milk digests in 20 minutes, in comparison with cow milk, which takes 2-to-3 hours to digest. Goat milk is nutritionally balanced to nourish a kid weighing 6 to 10 pounds, about the same as the weight of a human baby.
Dr. Jensen has seen seemingly hopeless cases revived from their deathbeds by using fresh, warm goat’s milk.
Goat milk is excellent for the sexual system and the glands, according to Dr. V.G. Rocine. It lifts those suffering from low vitality, and it is charged with sexual vitality. The balance of protein, carbohydrates, and fats in goat milk is excellent, and a quart of raw goat milk is only 630 calories. The amount of calcium and phosphorus in a quart of goat milk is adequate to supply the average person’s daily needs, and significant amounts of all the vitamins, minerals, and trace elements needed for wellness .. Goat cream is the easiest cream to take into the body. It is wonderful for putting weight on an underweight person. I’ll discuss the nutritional benefits of goat milk at greater length in Chapter 6, “Super Nutrition of Goat Milk.” HOPE FOR BETTER HEALTH FOR THE AGING The average life span for Americans is 72.5 years, according to the latest research figures. I’ve already outlived that statistic by more than 12 years. My family is not particularly long-lived in previous generations, so I feel that my food regimen and lifestyle have carried me far beyond the average lifespan. I believe people of all cultures can feel better and live longer if we eat wisely and take better care of ourselves. Aging doesn’t have to carry senility, arthritis, asthma and osteoporosis with it. I’ve met men in the range of 120 to 150 years old in the Caucasus mountains of Russia. Do you know what they were eating? Clabbered goat milk, raw honey, and whole cereal grains.